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. a toy store can tweet out a sale or give a discount to facebook users to drive traffic, but experts on toys are not experts on social media. businesses are left wondering what works, what doesn't, and how do you measure it? i mean shaun knows, he's the ceo of new york city's giraffe. joined by john schwartz and rich. there are people and companies pouring millions into social media and goes back to the original problem, they haven't got the metric to figure out if this is going to work or not. >> that's correct. it's a big problem. >> it's a huge problem. i don't think we've seen businesses do that recently where that kind of summon chasing so many uncertain sort of things. >> you're right. it's part of trying to compete with basically amazon. every retailer on earth is trying to figure out what am i supposed to do online, how do i become successful, how do i not give up my entire business to amazon or e-bay? they are all trying to figure out the best channel to reach consumers. fortunately for silicon valley, there's another company, facebook, google, pinterest. >> the pinterest go
of hit. america the great, america the resilient. >>> breaking news. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg set to deliver his first public comments since the ipo. we will bring you those comments as soon as they begin. you see the stage there awaiting for participants to walk out. let's turn to our traders here. what does zuckerberg need to say tonight to restore confidence in a stock that is down 15%. >> we can monetize mobile. i don't know that is what he will say. i don't expect that at all. i think he shouldn't focus on the stock price. that is beyond his control. he shouldn't have investors focus on it much the same way that he doesn't focus on his stock price. >> the problem is it looks like he is not delivering on fundamentals either. you are the only one here on the desk who can make a case for owning facebook. >> i do own it through the weekly calls. i think what he needs to do is go back to where this company was six months ago. i don't know if that's possible. if he can i think the stock has been beaten down so much there is a lot of upside from here. when this ipo came out the pric
and watch engage. next, the future of facebook. been author and internet on to burn your andrew keen. then a look at some of the 9/11 memorial's held this week. >> this week, prime minister david cameron talks about the tribune strikes and the economy, including new unemployment numbers that showed jobless figure is down. he also talks about encouraging chinese investments in the u.k. prime minister's questions at 9:00 p.m. eastern sunday on c- span. >> 28-year-old facebook ceo mark zuckerbrg says that his company's stock performance has been disappointing. these are his first public remarks since facebook went public in may. these remarks are about 35 men against. -- about 35 minutes. >> please join me in welcoming to the stage facebook founder mark zuckerberg and techcrunch founder michael arrington. [applause] they are already yelling. >> what is that? did i mess up already? there are a few more people in here. i think they want to hear what you have to say. welcome to techcrunch. >> thank you for having me. >> this venue probably looks familiar. you probably feel fair
news. we have more people playing games on facebook platform now that we have in the past. 235 million people play games monthly. so that israel. the thing i'm spending most of my time now is -- so that is real. the thing i missed in the most of my time now is -- facebook should be about people building apps inside our environment. people being able to bring contacts from aps back to facebook. you're starting to see a lot of interesting stuff. spotify is kiiling it. air bnb is doing interesting stuff. a lot of interesting things that are going on. that is one of the areas i am personally excited about. all developers want more distribution. one of the reason things we did on the margin between platform and ads -- this new way of thinking. we lost a product recently -- we luanched a products recently -- we launched a product recently that allows you as a developer to put in a different market segments and say how much you're willing to pay for it. and you embed the facebook sek into your app. we give social context. it has great roi. we have done a bunch of private testing and is workin
on a feature of facebook. then offer an internet occupy nor andrew keen on the status social media. after that, and look at some of the 9/11 more gills held this week. -- memorials held this week. mark zuckerberg says his social network of stock performance has been disappointing. he sat down to talk about the future of baseball -- of facebok book. and this is about 35 minutes. >> please join me in welcoming to the stage facebook founder mark zuckerberg and techcrunch founder michael arrington. [applause] they already yelling. >> what is that? did i mess up already? there are a few more people in here. i think they want to hear what you have to say. welcome to techcrunch. >> thank you for having me perplexed and this venue probably looks familiar. -- thank you for having me. >>this venue look probably looked familiar. >> you get more people in here that we do. >> are you ready? a few questions to start. he went public on may 18th and the stock has lost half its value roughly. >> just get right into it. [laughter] >> if you could have done anything differently with hindsight, would you have? >>
seems to care about tonight and that is facebook. shares surging more than 6% after it announces it will move into the e-commerce space. is america's long national nightmare over? a game changer for facebook? >> not likely. here is the situation. the sentiment was so poor heading into the last few weeks and we saw the bounce it got off of zuckerburg's speech at the tech crunch and the way it sold off after bearish cover story. today these guys are so levered to desktop advertising. today they introduce something where they are a gift giving service where you do not have to leave facebook. there is one of the things that he has been suggesting that they can do to monetize. >> he did a very nice job when he gave that little speech. any kind of news could be observed as a real positive with a lot of dialogue because they have so many users. they don't have to do a lot of things right. this is a stock that trades at a high multiple. you are saying you have about a billion users out there. >> we don't know is the bottom line. >> this is a tiny step. they are going to allow people to s
back in facebook for free? you don't have to like zuck. you just have to like the trade on the social giant. he'll show you how to get your money back. talk about two crude cats. khouw and carter have a a way to buy halliburton stock for just $1. why were options traders renting. scott nations explains. the action begins now. >>> live from the nasdaq at the world's largest i'm melissa lee. these are the traders here in times square. stocks rebounding. off the lows today. still feeling the pain from spain. the best third quarter in two years is in the books. there is only one stock that america seems to care about tonight and that is facebook. shares surging more than 6% after it announces it will move into the e-commerce space. is america's long national nightmare over? let's find out. a game changer for facebook? or just short covering? >> not likely. here is the situation. the sentiment was so poor heading into the last few weeks and we saw the bounce it got off of zuckerburg's speech at the tech crunch and the way it sold off after a cover story suggesting that the stock is worth $
>> this is ""options action"." facebook trades lower. but you can make your money back in under four months. how would you like to buy boeing for just over a buck. it's options trade on the aerospace giant and they will show you how to make some money too and why were those traders on molycorp calls? the action begins right now. >> and live, i am mandy. happy friday, everybody. i'm standing in for melissa lee. these are the traders in typewriter. the markets are getting a bernanke bounce. the dow, nasdaq, s&p and gold higher on hopes of more qe. but, there was one stock that was really breaking the hearts of retail traders yet again and that would be facebook. is there any hope for this fiasco? let's get in the money now and find out. i believe this performance comes on a day that tech was quite strong. >> it was quite strong. first things first. you thought you were going to have us talk to a chair. >> that's later on in the show. >> listen, we had the bounce and a lot of risk assets. i don't think investors would categorize facebook as a risk stock. the thing closes at all tim
, even as you and i know big action needs to be taken. i know. i joke with my friend david facebooker regularly. to me, the stocks are saying europe will do the right thing. he points out the more important bond markets are saying otherwise. here's the bottom line, though. rebounds like the one we got today make me feel more confident that mr. market knows good things are on the horizon in europe. and that gives me more confidence that the worse it gets the better it gets will once again play ou to the positive. unlike so many others, i don't want to flee the market because of that gauntlet or because september is historically the worst month of year. you shouldn't either. let's go to brett in new mexico. >> caller: i'm calling from the four corners area of new mexico. >> i'm loving that. what's up? >> caller: i'm holding out on malycorp for any glitter of hope. is it time to buy more, average down, sell and take the loss or hold it? >> i vice president liked molycorp for many, many points. jim. >> caller: and army boo-yah in washington. >> thank you for serving. boo-yah right back at
self critical, too. >> is mobile a strength and opportunity for facebook? or is it your weakness? >> it really is back to what i was saying before. mobile is -- there are going to be more users. each user is going to spend more time, and for the amount of time we spend, we will be making more money. it is pretty easy to paint the picture for all of those. more users in the world. more engagers. more users engaged on a daily basis. since we did the new version of the ios app, we have seen already the amount of feed stories that people consumed per user on a daily basis. we have shown that in addition to already been ahead on global engagement, there are huge things we can do that can move the needle on the. i am really optimistic, because you know mobil is a lot closer to tv then desktop. on desktop, for the past five or six years, we have had these right-hand columns, the ads. we have had a team that has worked largely in isolation to build this service that any product team at facebook can use. you are building a product. you can with these ads on the side of your product. with
ability to innovate and our technology. >> host: will you release information via facebook or twitter? >> guest: we do. there are times when the official statement from the spokesperson or the department will come over twitter. it's interesting to think about syria, frx, and syria know member of the united states government will ever be able to get a fair shake on syrian media. we have a terrific ambassador in syria named robert 0 ford. his way of communicates since he was being blacked out was publish on facebook and so a lot of what he shared both with the syrian people as well as with the outside world came from posting he made on facebook. even things like satellite photos demonstrating atrocity by the assad regime the way the state department published the comment was over facebook. >> host: you wrote that the 21ist seize i have a terrible time to be a control freak. >> guest: it is. we live in a time where the kind of control that a ceo or secretary of at a time might have had fifteen, twenty, twentd five years ago, that kind of control that leader had then is gone, and it's not
is tomorrow and abc7 news will have full coverage. >>> we'll be keeping a close look at facebook stock later this morning to see if it will gain more ground after mark zuckerberg spoke out about the company's disappointing stock offering. zuckerberg speaking out publicly for the first time yesterday about facebook's ipo he didn't apologize for the 50% drop in the share price. he admitted facebook needs to focus more on mobile users. >>> there are more users, ole, the second is that, per person using facebook on mobile, -- there's more engagement and they are spending more time. the third is per amount of time people spend on mobile we think we'll make more money than on desk top. >> facebook's stock rose 3 1/2 % at yesterday's close, $19.43. general motors a will have more on zuckerberg at 7:00. generating ref nu from mobile use is what -- revenue from mobile use is what investor are wondering about. >>> let's talk about live doppler and show you in the north bay where fog is developing along 101, thickest santa rosa 3/4 mile visibility. moisture moving away once again from california. we ar
in facebook? don't ask this guy. >> the performance of the stock has been disappointing. >> because we will show you how to get your money back, too. plus five is alive. the release of iphone 5 has sent apple to another all-time high. an options trade can double your money by the end of the year. why were options traders digging dole foods? the action begins now. >>> live from the nasdaq i'm melissa lee. these are the traders here. we will get to the trades in a second. the fed fix is in. stocks hitting five year highs today in hopes of more stimulus. the goal tonight is clear, give you names and strategies to profit. let's get into money and start with our resident. do you finally say uncle? >> the fix is in here. we have the election coming up. in a lot of ways we have to consolidate some of the price action we have seen. we are starting to see the financials the way they participated. we are seeing rotation out of defensive names. it probably has to consolidate. we are going to need to see consolidation at the multi year highs. >> what are you saying in terms of call activity? >> we
- profile tech company was out talking late today. facebook's c.e.o mark zuckerberg made his first public appearance since his company sold stock to the public in may. shares of facebook trade at about half the price they were when it went public. they were $38 a share that first day; today, they closed below $19.50 after a 3.3% gain today. this afternoon, zuckerberg said the long-term for the company rests with its mobile strategy. >> tom: max wolf is a senior analyst and chief economist at greencrest capital. joining us tonight from the nasdaq. so max, how about it. do you think the markets understatementing facebook? >> well, i slirt hope so, especially for those people who bought it around $38. i know they think so soo. it's disheart ening to see a lesser focus on the investor community. on the our hand i think it was good to see zuckerberg go out there, be honest, adegrees the short falls, the quote unquite disappointment around the i. p. o., which i know was a $50 billion market loss, was fairly widely felt. to begin the process hopefully of rebuilding faith and rebuilding communica
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, social status. it's been a nonstop slide for facebook since going public and losing nearly half its value. but who's really to blame for its sagging share price? cramer's answer may surprise you. plus, sunshine. since sunrise senior living ceo appeared on the show last year, its stock has more than doubled receiving a takeover bid at a 62% premium. but there are other bidders that could still drive it higher. cramer asks the ceo next. all coming up on "mad money." don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question, tweet cramer, #madtweets. send him an e-mail at or call us at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. . i feel mor
you more money. >> coming up, social status. it's been a nonstop slide for facebook since going public and losing nearly half its value. but who's really to blame for its sagging share price? cramer's answer may surprise you. and later, sunshine. since sunrise senior living ceo appeared on the show last year, its stock has more than doubled, receiving a takeover bid at a 62% premium. but are there other bidders that could still drive it higher? cramer asks the ceo next. all coming up on "mad money." >>> say what you will about facebook, the ipo was a fiasco, the stock is a disaster area and the company mite very well be run by a bunch of jokers if not midnight tokers, and we've all been wondering where in the world is waldo zuckerberg, although we were gratified tonight that he filed with the government saying he won't sell his shares for at least a year. hallelujah! i'm not here to blame zuckerberg for the collapse of the stock or praise him for not wanting to sell down here. in fact, somebody has to admit that facebook is not solely to blame for the fact that its stock keeps getting
>>> our twitter question today what dan mark zuckerberg say to turn facebook shares around? our favorite today john writes we're giving some consideration to running this thing like a business. there's an idea. that's it for us today. let's give wapner a big welcome home. "fast money halftime" starts right now. >> all right carl. thanks so much. welcome to the halftime report. here is what we're following on the show today. zuckerberg friends shareholders. the facebook founder is not selling. should you be buying? and china, correction or crash? a dire prediction for that country's economy and stock market. and what it means to your investments. we're trading all of the big movers today with pete najarian, john najarian, simon baker and steve grasso. our top story the market's moment of truth. investors bracing for big news from draghi, bernanke, on friday's jobs report. pete najarian the next seven days could very well decide whether this market takes a leg up, a leg down, how do you see it? are you as bullish as you've been? >> i continue to be bullish and here is why. when i
efforts. allow much more reindicate at this time in our schools but we begin with facebook. elliot, it's great to have you on the show. >> happy to be here. >> gavin: is it a bigger challenge that suck success in many ways scrutiny, folks like me in public life looking down, issues, i don't want to bud you with aburdenyou, interact with elects officials, billions of dollars cash, expected to spend it, and people can criticize instagram worth $740 million versus now the billion and it was valdiron. what's the challenge of success from your enter tech sniff. >> weperspective. >> we had lots of conversation about his whether being public would change us. in many of the ways that you were suggesting. even in talking from my role, which has been a role that manages our external relationships with the press with people -- individual citizens with users governments and regulators. i think it's wrong to suggestion there is a transformation now that we are a public company. to be sure there is another audience, constituen
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's the direction. for facebook it's new fears and threats regarding privacy, and then, of course, there is apple. there has been some sort of disturbance at the factory of a major apple supplier in china. there have been problems with foxconn before, and now they have broiled back up to the surface. is it a case of a few rotten apples or not? we'll look at that. also today, million dollar foreclosures on million dollar homes. foreclosing on the rich and famous. you'll want to hear these stories certainly but first ty is down at the nyse. >> welcome, everybody, to "power lunch." we'll start with what really has become the talk of the internet today. let's take a look at a picture from the "new york times" website right now. that is a shattered guard booth at a foxconn plant in taiwan, china. workers there involved in a disturbance and the plant reportedly closed. the foxconn plant there builds a lot of high-tech gear. we're not exactly sure who was fighting whom, but one reporter in the "new york times" says workers were battling with security guards there. not the first time there have been disg
. we have 288 facebook pages with 13 million fans. i think we have almost 200 official twitter accounts with a couple million followers. we are using it for communication, but of greater consequence in my opinion is part of what we are looking at our some really tough traditional foreign policy challenges -- are some really tough traditional foreign-policy challenges and thinking about how we can apply to america's unique strengths of our ability and technology and see how we can apply this to any given foreign policy challenge. >> when you release information via facebook or twitter -- >> we do. there are times when the official statement from our spokesperson or from the department will come over twitter. it is interesting to think about syria. no member of the united states government will ever be able to get a fair shake on syrian media, and we have a terrific ambassador to syria named robert ford. what he began doing was his way of communicating with the syrian public since he was being blacked out of traditional media in syria was to publish on facebook. a lot of what he shared bo
to not only graduate with a degree, but to have a job as well. >> thank you. >> is an gonzalez, from facebook. and want to follow up that it is great to hear you are pursuing an education in technology, particularly in the bay area. we just launched facebook academy, where we have students working from east palo alto. to expose our youth to technology -- that is the future. i think what is interesting is social media, where we work on a social jobs partnership. how do we leverage the social web? i want to put this on the table as part of the broader conversation. for example, zynga would not exist without facebook. zynga has more employees than facebook. if we can bring the youth into all of this and the development of apps, i think we have a wonderful opportunity. >> at jomon, would you take away from that experience? -- at jawbone, what do you take away from that experience? >> to be active and take the initiative in the office. i worked at the front desk, doing office coordination. i make sure all the other employees making this technology are happy, and everything is going seamlessly. i w
said he would buy shares of facebook and that the ipo decline is not a national tragedy. >> and payday for michael kors who stands to make $200 million. he remains long in the shares of this long-flying ipo. >>> caterpillar is cutting the earnings forecast and seeing a bigger drop in demand for earth moving equipment because of weaker commodity prices. they say economic growth is slowing more than the company had expected, but jim, it is for 2015. this morning you're looking at analysts viewing this in different ways. >> right. i think there's a lot of people, carl, who were saying, of course, hey, it is obviously the world is slowing. a lot of people say, look, what they're really doing is saying even in this environment we're going to make far more money than we have in the previous downturns if we get it at $6 in earnings, which is well below what they think they can earn. we'll still pay the dividend. i come back and say the acquisition, which they made and a lot of people were critical of, is working. that the synergies are working. that the costs taken out in regards to manufactu
pointing to a posting on his facebook page that said as &pmuch. he commented on how i was the first day of school .... and last day of his life. gladden is currently on suicide wwtch at the baltimore county detention center. 22:30:42 i think he 3 center.county detention the baltimore suicide watch at the baltimore county detention center. 22:30:42 i think he expected to be killed and i think he desired to be killed yes as sad as that is i think that was the reality of this caae. butt bite 22:27:47 you have an adolescent who's alone scared independent automous despressed and overwhelmed by his personal circumstances ;55 although gladden's bail hearing was postponed.... his attorneys did begin the as juvenile. the state has d - charged him as an adult. glaaden faces 28 counts following a shooting at perry hall high that left one student critcally injured. among those charges attempted first degree murder.lepola foo 45 news at 5. check out... the entire interview... with...gladden's lawyers ...on fox baltimoreedot com.../. there's been an arresttin the double ssootinn...
morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew. if you use facebook to find old friends and linkedin to find new jobs, what do you use to find a copy of the great gatsby at 10:00 at night the night before the book report is due? you can run from house to house asking the neighbors or do the very same thing on your computer using a new social network called neck door. it's kind of a craigslist meets facebook, a social network of neighborhoods. membership in nextdoor is restricted to people who can prove they live in your neighborhood. which means the conversations are ultra local. discussions about the new principal at the school or questions about why they're tearing up the streets and often warnings of a break-in that you'd never hear about on television or read about in the newspaper. >> both successful, occasionally controversial. he's the founder of next door, which is less than one year old and is growing quickly joined by tim mcnicholas of fortune, as well. let me start with this idea that i think facebook is vulnerable here. there is -- you can post on facebook, hey, does anybody have a copy o
in for melissa lee. i believe she's back tomorrow. you're welcome, facebook ceo disclosing that he has no plans to sell facebook stock in the next 12 months. let's get to the very latest. julia? >> that's right. facebook filing an 8k with the sec. that headline is mark zuckerberg, he will not sell any of his shares for at least 20 months. he holds 444 million class b shares. there were two directors who will be selling. it is suggested that both directors will be selling some stock but only to settle some tax obligations. mark just telling us that these were stocks were awarded one he became a director of the company. there are interesting things the company says they will be announcing their next quarterly earnings on october 23 and that employees will be able to sell their shares as of october 29. i believe that is moving that up from november 14, which was when they were previously going to be able to sell shares. and with holding 101 million shares to handle the tax op ligations. it appears this will effectively do it. just shy of 4%. an interesting couple of details. and we will be focused
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pressure for facebook to prove the value of its advertising, the social networking site is using new ways to track data. dennis neal is covering that story and he is here now. dennis, hello. >> cheryl, you know, looks like facebook is bent on violating our digital privacy yet again as it struggles to prove its ads do work. so data logic is going to look at whether facebook users bought something after an ad popped up on facebook. so far they look at 45 campaigns and found that in like 75% of cases for every dollar spent on facebook, 3 dollars in sales resulted. so facebook under pressure from wall street to prove itself. that stock is still way below the $38 offering price, like 21 now. privacy protectors are upset. facebook says look individual user identity is never revealed. new study just numbers and percentages. when you post the most intimate details of your likes dislikes and histories and hobbies on facebook for thousands of people to see, is there any presumption of privacy? cheryl: i don't think everyone does that. i don't do that. don't you think though that the american intern
you. >>> just into us here at cnn, concerns about private messages being made public on facebook. let's go straight to dan simon, live for us in san francisco. what is the story here? >> reporter: well, i'll tell you what, we want to be very cautious and deliberate in how we approach this, this coming out just a little while ago, a couple of french newspapers are reporting that private messages sent on facebook are now just spontaneously showing up on people's walls or timelines. these messages go back to 2007, 2009, a couple of u.s.-based bloggers are reporting the same issue, but here is the thing, facebook say they have looked into this and they say that these were public wall postings to begin with, so there is no issue here. i want to put up a full screen quote of what facebook says, it says a small number of users raised concerns after what they mistakenly believed to be private messages appeared on their timeline. engineers investigated these reports and found the messages were older wall posts that had always been visible on the user's profile pages. facebook is satisfied that
, police conduct a back to school sting, meant to improve children's safety. >> when facebook zuckerberg speaks, does the community listen? >> a warming trend. coming up, what you can expect for wednesday. we'll take a look where we'll see the temperatures the hottest. >>> slowly but are you say the power is returning to san jose after a car crash affected more than 3500 customers. the car hit a power pole on san jose avenue dropping wires in the middle of the street. it took three hours to restore the electricity but dozens remained powerless. >>> a drug sting to protect the most vulnerable population in one of san francisco's tedious neighborhoods. police targeted areas where it's common for children to see drug use as their walking to school. >> reporter: there's always something happening in san francisco. >> this is a crazy place to grow up. >> reporter: the principal says it's tough to be a child here, even to be a kindergarten teacher. >> we incorporate the word drugs. there is drugs, and they learn right off the bat what needles are. even condoms, you name it. >> reporter:
options and marnie levine from facebook. two great health leaders and our department, pam hyde and b jonathan blum have contributed so much to this important work. we are here today because we all have a role to play in preventing our friends, family members, colleagues, and neighbors from reaching the point where they think there is no hope and they take their own lives. that work has never been more critical than it is today. in the 1990's, we sell a slow but steady decline and the number of americans lost to suicide. since then, suicide rates have begun to rise again. today, suicide is the third leading cause of death for young people ages 15-24. we have seen especially alarming trends in our armed forces. just this july, the army lost 38 soldiers to suicide, an all-time one-month high. these are heartbreaking because they are preventable. that is why two years ago today, defense secretary robert gates and i launched the national action alliance for suicide prevention. under the leadership of senator smith and secretary mchuggh, the lines brought together advocates from private an
security guard is being credited with breaking up a heist at facebook. police say they knew exactly what they were after and where to find it. >> the facebook logo has been removed from the company's former headquarters building on page mill road but inside, plenty of gave police descriptions of to get away vehicles. >> property was located inside the second vehicle >> what type of property? >> 49 laptop computers >> police have arrested two suspects, 21 year-old travis talent when year-old brandon simon, both of sunnyvale. simon said police had inside knowledge because you worked there >> apparently what we learned was one of the suspects was actually employed by the security form that was actually on sight at the facebook location >> for a company like facebook a loss of even one computer could be huge. it goes far beyond whatever the hardware value of the machine itself >> things that can be stored on a laptop can be customer lists, top-secret information, the price is unlimited >> key is a former san jose cop who owns a private security firm >> it could be thousands of dollars or mil
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